Participants must have their own vehicle and will be accompanied at all times by an expert guide of the Geopark who will develop some interpretive workshops and provide the necessary explanations to make the route a true trip to the quaternary.
The orce deposits, the Gorafe megaliths and the Fonelas paleontological site are some of the places that have put the name of the Granadan highlands on a scale of global geological interest. In this region, we can find the thermal baths of Alicun and Zújar, true oasis in the desert. In addition, the Geopark adjoins several Natural Parks among which We highlight Castril, for the state of conservation of its fauna and flora and the contrast of its waters with the landscape of the badlands.
WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO?
DAY 1: (Reception day, relaxation, baths and gastronomic tastings)
Arrival and Tasting of typical products in the rural caves what will be our accommodation.
Star Observation Workshop
OPTIONAL: Arrival, Visit to the farm. (organic farming, permaculture…) and Family food.
OPTIONAL: Visit to the Toril ditch and the Alicun baths.
DAY 2: (Day of interpretation of the Geopark, of learning to read those landscapes as the open book they suppose for experts)
Viewpoint to the Colorado Desert and interpretation of Gorafe Megalithic Park.
Phonelas paleontological site
Food on the Hill of Jabalcón and visit to the thermal baths of Zújar
Visit to the Rock of Castril and the Catwalk
DAY 3: (Day of interpretation of nature and the peculiarities of the life of these environments)
Visit to the birth of the Magdalena, Castril River. Interpretation of nature and rivers as an ecosystem. 2h route.
Visit to the margin saladar. Interpretation of cereal staples and other micro ecosystems.
OPTIONAL: Visit to the caves of Huéscar.
Return to Granada
DOES NOT INCLUDE meals or dinners